US Visas revoked for Haitian officials

January 27, 2011
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US Visas revoked for Haitian officials

24 January 2011 The US has revoked the visas for a number of Haitian government officials because of the turmoil surrounding the presidential elections. “We have taken this action when we believe for any individual there’s information that leads us to believe that the visa holder is inadmissible to the United States,” State Department...
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Haiti cholera death toll tops 4,000 with 209,034 infected-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

January 27, 2011
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Haiti cholera death toll tops 4,000 with 209,034 infected-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

The death toll from Haiti’s cholera epidemic has risen to at least 4,030 more than three months after the disease broke out in the country’s Artibonite Valley, the health ministry said. The number of cholera cases in Haiti totalled 209,034 as of January 24, the ministry said. The severity of the epidemic has diminished...
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Good news from Haiti has become an oxymoron. But there is good news just under the media radar, and it is about individuals, families and small groups rebuilding their lives with a little help

January 27, 2011
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Good news from Haiti has become an oxymoron. But there is good news just under the media radar, and it is about individuals, families and small groups rebuilding their lives with a little help

We are happy to tell you that there is good news just under the media radar, and it is about individuals, families and small groups rebuilding their lives with a little help. It is about peasant farmers improving their crop yields, people displaced by the earthquake receiving job training, farm communities getting compost toilets...
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Former President Aristide’s Attorney: Washington Gave “Green Light” for Duvalier’s Arrival in Haiti, While Blocking Aristide’s Return

January 26, 2011
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Former President Aristide’s Attorney: Washington Gave “Green Light” for Duvalier’s Arrival in Haiti, While Blocking Aristide’s Return

Interview with Ira Kurzban, attorney representing exiled Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, conducted by Scott Harris duvalier The return of ex-Haitian dictator Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier’s to Port-Au-Prince on Jan. 16, caught his nation by surprise as most Haitians still struggle to recover from last year’s devastating earthquake and deal with a disputed presidential election....
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PAHO: Officials test for polio in northern Haiti, but doubt disease is present

January 26, 2011
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PAHO: Officials test for polio in northern Haiti, but doubt disease is present

By The Associated Press (CP) – 1 hour ago PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Health officials are looking into the cases of four people who became paralyzed in northwestern Haiti while recovering from cholera. The experts are trying to determine if the patients in Port-de-Paix were sickened by polio. Local health authorities reported suspected cases on...
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Haiti Candidate Is Cut Ruling Party Pulls Support Amid International Pressure-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

January 26, 2011
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Haiti Candidate Is Cut Ruling Party Pulls Support Amid International Pressure-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By INGRID ARNESEN and JOSé DE CóRDOBA PORT-AU-PRINCE – Haiti’s ruling party pulled its support of its presidential candidate Wednesday after weeks of intense international pressure, raising hopes for a solution to a political standoff from last November’s contested presidential election. There was no sign the candidate himself, Jude Célestin, was going along with...
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MADAM MANIGAT WONDERS HOW DUVALIER GOT BACK INTO HAITI

January 26, 2011
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MADAM MANIGAT WONDERS HOW DUVALIER GOT BACK INTO HAITI

January 24, 2011 Mirlande Manigat has been making disparaging remarks about the arrival of Jean Claude Duvalier in Haiti. People who live in glass houses should not be critical of the Duvalier years. After all, her husband, Leslie, was an informer for President Francois Duvalier. Leslie Manigat was also one of the founders who...
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DUVALIER VISITS CHILDHOOD HOME IN PORT-AU-PRINCE

January 26, 2011
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DUVALIER VISITS CHILDHOOD HOME IN PORT-AU-PRINCE

January 23, 2011 Jean Claude Duvalier  made an unannounced visit to his father’s old home in downtown Port-au-Prince. Within minutes of his arrival hundreds of people rushed to see and touch him.  This is in stark contrast to the image projected by the world media – one of fear and dislike. During his tour...
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Haitian presidential candidate Jude Célestin resists pressure to withdraw

January 26, 2011
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Haitian presidential candidate Jude Célestin resists pressure to withdraw

OAS report has suggested he should not be included in a runoff election By JACQUELINE CHARLES jcharles@MiamiHerald.com PORT-AU-PRINCE — Haitian presidential candidate Jude Célestin is resisting pressure from his own political coalition to withdraw his candidacy and break an electoral impasse. “Jude doesn’t agree,” Joseph Lambert, head of the INITE (UNITY) coalition told The...
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MANY DECLARE VICTORY OVER CHOLERA WITHOUT TAKING INTO ACCOUNT COUNTRYSIDE WHERE TREATMENT IS NON-EXISTENT CREATING A FALSE SENSE OF SECURITY..

January 26, 2011
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MANY DECLARE VICTORY OVER CHOLERA WITHOUT TAKING INTO ACCOUNT COUNTRYSIDE WHERE TREATMENT IS NON-EXISTENT CREATING A FALSE SENSE OF SECURITY..

David Cyranoski: Last week, three months into Haiti’s cholera epidemic, local and international health agencies noted with cheer the news that the number of cholera cases in all ten of Haiti’s departments seems to have either reached a plateau or started to fall. But there are signs that this trend should be viewed with...
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Cholera causing more deaths, experts urge vaccination

January 26, 2011
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Cholera causing more deaths, experts urge vaccination

3:20am EST By Tan Ee Lyn HONG KONG (Reuters) – The cholera bacterium has undergone important mutations in recent years, causing longer outbreaks of the disease with increased fatalities, researchers reported on Wednesday. In a package of papers published in the journal PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, they said mass vaccinations should be considered as...
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WHO ARE THE MORONS WHO INSIST ON A RUN-OFF AS A SOLUTION TO PREVAL’S ELECTORAL CRIME???

January 26, 2011
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WHO ARE THE MORONS WHO INSIST ON A RUN-OFF AS A SOLUTION TO PREVAL’S ELECTORAL CRIME???

The Expert Mission of the Organization of American States (OAS) for the verification of the vote tabulation of the November 28, 2010 Presidential Election delivered its report to the Government of Haiti on January 13, 2011. Following the January 17 visit of OAS Secretary General, José Miguel Insulza, the report was officially submitted to...
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ELECTION TENTATIVELY SET FOR MARCH 14

January 26, 2011
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ELECTION TENTATIVELY SET FOR MARCH 14

ELECTION TENTATIVELY SET FOR MARCH 14 January 26, 2011 The run-off election has been tentatively scheduled for March 14, 2011. This potentially suicidal situation has been forced upon the Haitian people by the American Embassy and Hillary Clinton’s State Department. By their refusal to recognize the November 28, 2010 election, for what it was,...
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PREVAL’S WIFE LOSES AMERICAN VISA!!!

January 26, 2011
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PREVAL’S WIFE LOSES AMERICAN VISA!!!

January 25, 2011 Elizabeth Delatour, the avaricious wife of President Preval, has had her American visa cancelled. Now she cannot go to stay in the $1,000,000 Coral Gables home, purchased for her by Preval, with funds stolen from the Haitian treasury. When will the Americans look at foreigners, from cocaine-oriented nations, and check on...
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AMERICANS FINALLY USE VISA WEAPON: CANCELLATIONS FOR FRAUD, THEFT OF DISASTER FUNDS, ETC.

January 26, 2011
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AMERICANS FINALLY USE VISA WEAPON:  CANCELLATIONS FOR FRAUD, THEFT OF DISASTER FUNDS, ETC.

January 28, 2011 Over the past week the American Consulate has withdrawn visas from a number of Haitians for a variety of things. Dimitry Vorbe was involved with a deal in which – immediately after the January 12, 2010 earthquake – he was one of the people who arranged the purchase of $20.00 emergency...
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INITE PARTY WITHDRAWS FROM ELECTION

January 26, 2011
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INITE PARTY WITHDRAWS FROM ELECTION

January 25, 2011 Senator Joseph Lambert, party director of Preval’s INITE party announced that INITE has withdrawn it candidates from the entire electoral process. There were rumors to the effect that the Obama government had threatened to declare INITE a terrorist organization and move against its members. Whatever the case, the departure of the...
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Point de presse de M. Jean-Claude DUVALIER et de son conseil juridique

January 26, 2011
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Point de presse de M. Jean-Claude DUVALIER  et de son conseil juridique

Chers amis de la presse, Je vous remercie d’avoir répondu à mon invitation de ce jour et saisis cette opportunité qui m’est offerte de m’adresser a mes concitoyens. Très brièvement, je vous dirai combien j’ai été favorablement impressionné par l’accueil qui m’a été réservé depuis l’Aéroport International Francois Duvalier pour cette visite, surtout par...
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PREVAL MOVES TO ARREST DUVALIER??

January 26, 2011
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PREVAL MOVES TO ARREST DUVALIER??

January 26, 2011 Situation surrounding Duvalier remains confused as President Rene Preval works to derail potential land swell of support for Duvalier among Haiti’s peasant majority. A residence on 83 Delmas is being readied as a holding point for Duvalier. This is the location where Prime Minister Neptune was detailed after Aristide’s departure in...
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Polio detected in Haiti

January 26, 2011
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Polio detected in Haiti

Posted By Ian Bremmer Tuesday, January 25, 2011 – 11:25 AM  By Emily Hoch and Scott Rosenstein In the shadow of Haiti’s ongoing turmoil, infectious disease tracker ProMed reported on Jan. 21 that polio had been detected in Port de Paix and Port au Prince.  Information on this outbreak remains scant, and containment remains...
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Haiti Bribery Suit Against IDT Settles

January 26, 2011
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Haiti Bribery Suit Against IDT Settles

- Special Report & Commentary - January 25, 2011 (FinancialWire) (By Lucy Komisar) (Investrend Forums Syndicate) — The lawsuit filed by a former employee against the global telecom IDT Corporation (IDT – NYSE) is over. J. Michael Jewett, a former IDT executive, claimed in 2004 that he was fired for opposing bribes to Haitian...
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